Problem Gambling Counselling in New Zealand 1997-1999

The report Problem Gambling Counselling in New Zealand 1997-1999 is based on follow-up interviews conducted in 1998 with 143 of the 217 people who participated in Phase 2 of New Zealand’s first national problem gambling prevalence survey in 1991. Phase 1 of the 1991 survey involved contacting 4053 people, mainly by telephone, and asking them about their gambling habits. Phase 2 involved in-depth, face-to-face interviews with 217 people selected from Phase 1 participants.

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Dec 1999
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